€1.950,00 incl. tax
Nude study, 2019
Inkjet on Hahnemühle Photo Rag
Framed in dark brown frame w/museum glass
Edition 01/05 + 2 AP’s
Size: 60 x 45 cm
Shipping: Pick up by appointment at Galerie Caroline O’Breen or at the artist’s atelier, both in Amsterdam.
Often history is reduced to a list of events which took place in patriarchal societies in which women had fewer rights and opportunities than men, were subject to discrimination and restrictive stereotypes or faced harassment and violence. This is one reason that women are less likely to play a starring role in this narrow view of history. Another reason is that for many centuries the history books were written mostly by men, focussing on men. Even when women achieve extraordinary things – as poets, inventors, singers, you name it – their stories have been sidelined, and then forgotten. In a number of photo essays I am telling the stories of those forgotten women in an attempt to bend HIStory towards HERstory. By telling the female stories that touched me one way or the other, I hopes to contribute a molecule in balancing the past.
For these ‘Herstory’ photo essays (link ‘Songs for soprano’ or ‘Sleeping water’) I investigate the female beauty standards around 1900s and relate them to my own ideas of beauty in present time. I made a series of etching plates and prints of these nude studies. They are part of several of my photo essays.
More information and on view on request: Galerie Caroline O’Breen, Amsterdam
Jitske Schols, Nude study, 2019, 60 x 45 cm, Inkjet on Hahnemühle Photo Rag, framed w/museum glass, edition 01/05 + 2 AP. Signed, numbered and provided with a certificate of authentification.
This fine art is offered in an authorized, signed and numbered limited edition of 5 images. There are no unauthorized, unsigned and/or unnumbered impressions. There are 2 additional ‘artist proofs’ per size outside the regular edition. The original digital file has not been destroyed. The photographer reserves the right to reproduce prints outside the limited edition for promotional purposes, in books, magazines, exhibitions and press cards. These reproductions are not considered originals but may augment the value of your original.